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I have tried installing Cyanogenmod 10 on my Samsung Rugby Smart AT&T, but now I want to revert back to my old factory ROM. But how?

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Did you make a Nandroid backup before flashing CM? – onik May 15 '13 at 9:16
no nothing..... – Maziar Aboualizadeh Behbahani May 15 '13 at 10:32

If you don't have a Nandroid backup, you'll have to find a stock ROM for your device. Your device is not that well-known, the only resource I could find is on XDA-Developers. There you can find information on how to use ODIN to flash a stock ROM (post #5).

In the future, creating a Nandroid backup is always recommended before flashing a ROM, just in case something happens or you want to go back.

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thanks for your comprehensive answer, I would try this solution and tell about my experience here. – Maziar Aboualizadeh Behbahani May 15 '13 at 10:56
When looking for ROMs, a good place to start is our question Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device? and its answers :) – Izzy May 15 '13 at 10:58
@Izzy: I almost know that, but problem is a little different and complicated about Samsung Rugby Smart and the AT&T. That's why I open a new thread – Maziar Aboualizadeh Behbahani May 15 '13 at 11:30
@MaziarBouali That was perfectly fine and absolutely correct -- my intention was not telling you "please ask there", we are not a "forum" :) Just wanted to give you the ressource to check, in case the XDA thread fails :) – Izzy May 15 '13 at 11:50
@Izzy: yup :) I got it and I'm so grateful for your sense of duty about keeping "StackExchange" family disciplined. Thanks. :) – Maziar Aboualizadeh Behbahani May 15 '13 at 13:14

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